Trucks, apparatus and equipment

Trucks and apparatus

Pumper trucks

Pumper 4

Pumper 8

Trailers

Other vehicles

Retired trucks and apparatus

1927 Godfredson/Bicker pumper

Stationed
Station 1(Wilson)
Years in service
1927-1959
After life
Museum in Ann Arbor Michigan

1940 Ford pumper (450 gal)

Stationed
Station 1(Wilson)
Years in service
1940-1959
After life
Sold to the O.R.

 

1946 Seagrave / Bickle 100′ ladder

Stationed
Station 1, then Station 3
Years in service
1946-TBD
After life
Sold to Harriston in 1993, sold to Guelph Firefighters in 1999. Currently used for special events

1959 GMC / Thibault  500 gpm

Stationed
Station 2, Headquarters
Years in service
1959-1973
After life
Sold to McKerrow

 

1962 GMC / King pumper (625/500)

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1962-1982
After life
Sold to Waterloo airport

1962 GMC / King pumper (625/500)

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1962-1991
After life
Sold to private buyer

 

1963 GMC / King quint (840/300/ 100′ midship)

Stationed
Station 2, the Station 3
Years in service
1963-1990
After life
Sold to dealer

1965 Ford Utility Truck

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1965-1979
After life
Sold to Burkes Falls and painted yellow

 

1966 Ford C/ King Tanker (1200)

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1966-1993
After life
Tank re-mounted on 1987 Ford L8000 chassis, sold to Minden Hills, Ontario

1973  Ford C / King pumper (1050/500)

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1973-1987
After life
Sold to Sooke, BC.
Sold to Sooke FF Association. 1050 pump removed, tows fire
safety house

 

1975 Ford C900/ Fire King

Stationed
Headquarters, then Station 3
Years in service
1975-2000
After life
Sold to auction, then purchased by barn painting company

1976 Ford C / King pumper

Stationed
Station 3
Years in service
1976-1995
After life
Sold to Central Kings, Prince Edward Island

 

1978 International CO1950B / King pumper

Stationed
Station 2
Years in service
1978-1995
After life
Sold to Guelph-Eramosa Fire Department

1979 Ford E375 cube van rescue

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1979-1989
After life
Sold to Mapleton, ON

 

1982 Ford LS9000 / Thibault pumper

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1982-1998
After life
Sold to volunteer department

1982 International CO1950B / Thibault quint

Stationed
Station 2
Years in service
1982-1995
After life
Sold to Techno-Feu dealer in Quebec

 

1986 GMC / Canvassen mobile home

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1986-2002
After life
Sold to Outdoor Travel

1988 International / Dependable

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1989-1999
After life
Sold to dealer

 

1987 Mack MR/HUB

Stationed
Headquarters, then Station 2, then back to HQ
Years in service
1989-2011
After life
Sold to Burlington Rotary Club then to the Township of
Harley

1994 Simon Duplex/Saulsbury

Stationed
Station 3 as P-3, then at Headquarters. P-1, then P-11, finally P-1 again, designated P-8 June 2011.
Years in service
1995-2013
After life
Sold to a private buyer

 

Grumman Aerialcat

Stationed
Headquarters
Years in service
1990-2013
After life
Sold to trailer park in Ennismore, August 2014

 

Equipment

Auto extracation tools

The Guelph Fire Department uses a variety of equipment to perform its duties.

Hydraulic Cutters

Jaws of Life

Extrication Stabilization Struts

Hand Pump Hydraulic Cutter

Gas Powered Hydraulic Pump

Low Pressure Airbag Hoses and Manifold

Low Pressure Airbag

Gas Powered Generator

Ventilation

Stihl roof chainsaw

Positive Pressure Fan

Forcible entry

Water/foam extinguisher, Haligan bar, pick head axe

K-12 Rescue Saw

Hazardous materials

Inside of the Hazmat trailer

Encapsulated suit